Thursday, August 25, 2011

"School Pressure Contest"

If you have never heard of this contest before, enlarge the image below to find out who' was chosen to enter this "weirdest contest" in the world.

The "lucky contestant" is no other than my self-motivated, goal-oriented youngest daughter TZ!

Oh ya... she's very creative too! (Just see the way she drew up the contest guidelines)


reanaclaire said...

From the way she wrote, I am confident that she will be a leader in her schooling days, university life and working environment... :)

reanaclaire said...

I mean she will be a good leader.. :)

prince n princess mum said...

cute contest.. haha!

Sunny-Cookie said...

What a creative mind to come up with such a unique contest! That's the fun part about having children....they always seem to come up with unusual ideas :)

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Yuin Ting, your girl sure one very creative girl.
Nice handwriting too, very fast thinking girl, mids is always ahead of others.
Have fun.

YuinTing said...

Hi Claire, thanks for your compliment. She's a self motivator and at times quite persistent too. I also hope that she can learn to motivate others and be a good leader one day.

Hi Prince n Princess mum, it surely is a cute contest, with a very cute contestant :-)

hi Sunny-Cookie, I enjoy kids' creation. Usually before they throw away any paper or books they doodled on, I will screen through and keep those which are funny and creative.

Hi Uncle Lee, thanks for your compliment. My little girl has lots of funny ideas and loves to write since young. And she also enjoys science experiment and loves to read instructions. I do think that with her character, she can be a scientist :-)

Joyful.Mum said...

It is kind of sad to know of a "School Pressure Contest", it shows that our children are all in school pressure subconsciously.

Nevertheless, your princess is really very creative!

YuinTing said...

Hi Joyful.Mum, you're right, school kids nowadays have lots of pressure... some not from parents, but from their peers and teachers.

Need to teach them how to turn "Pressure" into "Pleasure"... and Reverse STRESSED -> DESSERTS. Well, I must admit at times it's easier said than done :-)

Anonymous said...

Life through the lens of a child. Ain't it wonderful :)

薰衣草夫人 said...


YuinTing said...

Hi goodaspirin, welcome!
I wonder how is it like to see life through the lens of a doctor :-)